Source: Africa Press Organisation – English – Report:
“Recycling tyres to create works of art”: http://bit.ly/APOMediaAward1(Translated from French)
Read the original article in French: http://bit.ly/APOMediaAward1FR Sharon Kantengwa (@SharonKMugabo) – Rwanda
“How one woman is leveraging renewable energy to lift other women”: http://bit.ly/APOMediaAward2 Debra Musanyare Matabvu (@dmmatabvu) – Zimbabwe
“Ethel defies Gokwe myth”: http://bit.ly/APOMediaAward3 Esther Oluka (@oesther91) – Uganda
http://bit.ly/APOMediaAward4 (That website may take a few minutes to load. Alternatively, you can read the text only version at: https://bit.ly/3kqeIgM) Marcia Zali (@marcia_breeze) – South Africa
“A technology company founded by a woman is helping small-holder farmers survive lockdown”: http://bit.ly/APOMediaAward5 The APO Group African Women in Media Award is part of APO Group’s commitment to supporting the development of journalism on the continent. Watch the video message of APO Group African Women In Media Award 2019 Winner, Nila Yasmin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1z_bjlmhx8 The award is open to African female journalists whose stories were broadcast or published between 1st January and 31st October 2020. The stories are judged on content, writing, analysis, creativity, human interest, and community impact. The winning journalist will be announced at the 6th Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum’s (AWIEF) (www.AWIEForum.org) Virtual Conference and Awards, hosted from 2nd – 3rd December 2020, with the theme ‘Reimagining Business & Rebuilding Better.’ The winning African female journalist will be bestowed with a USD2,500 cash prize, and online courses from one of the most respected international universities. AWIEF is a prestigious annual event that sees global thought leaders, industry experts, policymakers, academics, development organizations and investors gather to connect, network, share, collaborate and transact in a combined effort to boost Africa’s entrepreneurship ecosystem for women. Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard, Founder and Chairman of APO Group said, “Our truly exceptional judging panel has helped us make the APO Group African Women in Media Award the biggest and most prestigious journalism prize in Africa. The APO Group African Women in Media Award is part of our commitment to supporting the development of journalism on the continent and we are extremely excited for the opportunity to highlight the work of African female journalists sharing the stories of women entrepreneurs in Africa.” For more information about the jury panel go to: www.bit.ly/MeetTheAPOJury B-roll of last year’s award ceremony for media download: www.bit.ly/AWIEFBROLL For more information on the AWIEF & APO Group Partnership: www.bit.ly/36mzJDB Follow @APO_Source (www.bit.ly/FollowAPO_Source) and #APOMediaAward on Twitter. Distributed by APO Group on behalf of APO Group.
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AWIEF (www.AWIEForum.org) is a pan-African women’s economic empowerment organization that promotes and supports female innovation, technology and entrepreneurship across Africa through a portfolio of high impact programmes. AWIEF’s mission is to foster the economic inclusion, advancement and empowerment of women in Africa through entrepreneurship support and development. AWIEF’s programmes and activities include accelerators, capacity-building and training, networking and mentorship, AWIEF Awards, AWIEF Digital Hub, and building the AWIEF community of African women entrepreneurs. The year-round activities culminate in convening and hosting the popular and widely attended annual international and multi-stakeholder AWIEF conference, exhibition and awards event, currently in its fifth edition.
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